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wasn't shouting and really angry all the time. i know he was angry, but he didn't use his energy foolishly. so it was a year after that he was imprisoned. i became friends with his wife then, winnie mandela. and we continued to support each other over the years and over the oceans. and she would tell me how he was. he wasn't vitt uperative with t guards. i was part of hillary clinton's delegates when he was inaugurated. i sat there and watched the guards, who had guarded him for 27 years, sitting in the right sights, in the best seats, invited by mr. mandela. not to say look how you treated me. i'm free now and i can ya ya ya at you, not that at all. in fact, he was gracious, welcome. he said, this is south africa. this is for all of us. blac blacks, all of us, this is our country. >> it's so interesting to hear your reflection, because i haven't talked to anyone who knew him, dr. angelou, who knew him before he went into prison. people talk about the crucible the 27-year imprisonment was. you're reflecting he had this special grace in his heart and his soul even before he went i
on food assistance. they are relying on heating and energy assistance. they are relying on tax credits, all of the things people need to speed limit their incomes. the fact is our economy is actually paying for this anyway. why not give people the dignity of a minimum wage increase for $7.13, proposal we have in the congress to $10.10. index to inflation so no longer will we have to engage in this debate about whether our wages are really keeping up with inflation of the economic benefit for us is about $33 billion a year in terms of gdp growth. >> congresswoman, i also just played a bit of speaker boehner's briefing today when he acknowledged a "politico" report by mike allen that republicans are coaching their candidates on how to be more sensitive if they have female opponents. he's trying to coach members of republican caucus to be more sensitive to female and women's issues. do you think that's the problem? >> i think women are sensitive to the fact you can talk the talk but if you don't walk the walk in terms of policies you offer, being nice about it in a sensitive way isn't goi
the agenda moving again, to get a sense of a new amount of energy, i think he probably does have to make some personnel changes but i wouldn't hold my breath for them. like george bush, when barack obama is told washington thinks people on cable tv think he should do things, he's less inclined and to stick with the people he knews and management structure he's comfortable with. >> if you take a look at this team, if they weren't his good friends, would they have these jobs? are they the best there is? >> well, i think you could ask that about a lot of presidents. presidents need to have people around them who are loyal but they also need people around them who are capable. i think to some extent the proof is in the pudding in terms of the rollout and effectiveness of health care. there were constant meetings at the white house, is this ready, is this going okay? administration officials say they were assured it was, but there is something wrong in the management structure that allowed them to get these false assurances. what i would want to know if i were the president going forward, who is t
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